I'm Matt Williamson with yard barker with talking about teams expecting to regress, and we talked about just one team that fits the mold of really fits that mold.
Best of expecting to regress.
It has to be the Packers.
Green Bay went 13 3 last year.
They beat the Seahawks by three points at home in the first playoff game.
Then they got blown out in San Francisco to end their season.
Not only did the did the Packers play one of the NFL's easiest schedules in 2019 but their offense averaged just 20190.
2 yards Mawr on a per play basis than their defense allowed.
That's very mediocre.
They also had a plus 63 point differential against a very poor slate of opponents.
If we reverse the outcome of all of Green Bay's one score games, the Packers would have ended up was an 18 18.
The Packers also benefited from one of league's best turnover differentials, as well as being plus 175 yards in penalty yardage.
These things air you know, those type of things.
Penalty yardage and turnover differ or differential are difficult trends to keep up year after year and more likely than not, will regress to the mean.
And if you want further proof, do you really think Green based front office would would not only have drafted Jordan love with their first pick, but then a. J.
Dillon, who might be their third running back in 2020 in Round two? If they thought this team was a true true contender, a true 13 and three type of team, they wouldn't have made such moves.
And overall defroster got very little in the way of upgrades since we saw Green Bay last when they got beat bad by San Francisco.
Oh, by the way, you know Davante.
Adams was the only Packers receiver last year with more than 35 receptions on the season and lastly and this kind of hurts to say.
But Aaron Rodgers has been declining for a little while now.
So of all the teams out there, the one that I think is most likely to regress is the Green Bay Packers